Old Sea Dogs of Tasmania
Old Sea Dogs of Tasmania is a series of glorious black and white portraits of Tasmanian seafarers and the seas on which they voyage. Including iconic names synonymous with seafaring in the state, such as Cuthbertson, Griffiths, Morrison, Hardy and more. Andrew Wilson’s homage to the sea captures the beauty, passion, humour, and most importantly, the living history of Tasmania’s proud ocean heritage.
Featured maritime locations from around Tasmania include: The Iron Pot & Storm Bay, Hells Gates, Low Head, Bicheno, Port Arthur, Stanley, Port Sorell, Tamar River, Cornelian Bay, Port Cygnet, Wineglass Bay, Bellerive, Bruny Island, Orford, Trial Harbour, Norfolk Bay, Pieman River, Triabunna, River Derwent, St Helens, Banks Strait, Battery Point, Launceston, Devonport, Hobart, Dunalley, South Arm and D’Entrecasteaux Channel.